One day

One day

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DescriptionAfter a ride and a walk the previous day, stayed in and shot a timelapse out of the window.  Actually 2 timelapses.  The first at minutely intervals from before dawn, which was quite boring, then when that finished I switched to quarter hours for the rest of the day.  Fixed white balance at 5600K, a lesson learnt when doing the Art of Photography challenge, and Aperture priority.  Then take the output, convert to Affinity files as a batch job as opening and developing individually takes more memory and becomes really slow.  Once you have 40 open files then create 40 masks by drawing a rectangle, duplicate, move right one width, then duplicate again 38 times, which does the copy and translate apparently.  Then sort the open files and layers into order, copy, paste, mask to below...  Finally merge visible to flatten, copy that layer to a new document and process the whole, denoise, sharpen etc.  This is the result, one day timesliced into quarter hours showing sun, rain, light and dark.
ArtistRob Daykin
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